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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 13, 1766, London, Middlesex W E D N E S D A T A U Gf 0 S t 4 66 M A R E His MAJESTYS thebEEJiA the being the ijih of will d Tratetly of VC Jaffier by BARKY Palmer Re MiVKuril L E Ej Ltwis Mm den 04 Quick Nelfon Wild Francis Mr MMBefJid5era by D A N C E To which will be added a Farce called S S I N HER N Fribble with a long in character Palmer Davis j Qjuck Upper pic aiid galleiies to be opened at five t the To begia exactly at No perfoft can be admitted behind tbe Ladies are deAred to fend their fervtnts at four to keep to be as of at the iittte Vivant Rex Speedily tviU be A N EX AMlNATIONjof the PRINCIPLES and boafted of a LATE RIGHT BpNOURABWJ He felt from his duty and all his former friends v and this be did fo tfcit he feemed to aHroen toAave Igft his wits when he left his Printed oppofite Burlingtonhoufe in Of whom may be Ati ENQUIRY into the CONDUCT ofa LATE Right COMMONER particularly in re jrdto fome his new With an AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT aLATE Anew price The HISTORY of the during the years r i exhibiting the and views of that Triee 45 or Speedily ivifl be A CANDID ANSWER ro The Enquiry into the Conduct of a toreRight Henourable Com raooer in regard the itate of alate and other at in VifcW of the POLmCAL LIFE and TRANSACTIONS of a Right tMONEit To which A ffTTLt of invidious fuppofed be pubiiflied under the fanftion of a very popular into the Co of a kite Right Priaud ror in Catherineftreet in the V A U X H A L L G A R D E N 1 7bu eltty it being a colleition of Jj favourite performed at Vauxhall 5 with the Love and lung by Mi fs The composed by price This work is executed in a mdre concife manner than any ex being fo that a trouble Jbmefcoreof all the inftrumental parts is and every thing material is contained in three at lefs tins half the expeiice to the All fo any part of or punctually difcliarged ifpoftpaid arid the price of the book or books left with Mils at the in the Covent where hy the authors appointment books wijl as likewife at Vauxhall and the nmfic By NEW BOOKS BEC KE I and DE near in the ECUtIL de aures Pieces relatives a fa Perfecutiori Sc L Defence le tout tranfcrit dapres les Collection des Lettrts fur les Par Comes de Edition de de Bonheur par For Elixu par de Auteur de Nouveau Sp poor Arnois a inuei du qui renferme Connoif faaces neceffaires pour canferver ie Cheval pour le merir en cas de le Baron dt Leiremier Alcibjutit de tjajtnpagae de Louis Prince de en Flan en Carlet de ja avec Les Contttdes ou les Charmanfes Le 3 Amourcule dePierre le Long de ou Theureux Par IAuJtear de Comte du Sidnei JBiitoire Par iAutcur du Corote de LaComteffe de Kaoul de Amans Lettres Galantesdun Chevalier de i Hiftotre de Mademoiselle Paris 4 ou la Fille la Berlin Phijofophiques par de la re des ROJS Cat hcliq ues Ferdinand Ifa de Cbafle de Henri Lft Fee Poemes de deCbanfonj par le SieurMo 3 Chanfons Qi fhe above Bookdeiiers may be had a Cata iogueof Foreign Books imported by M A R Y B O N E ft A R D E N I By Order of the IKRIAN CH IE Pi and their 1vHE mMiical entertainmentswiii be continued rvery The fireworks Clitherow made for Prince of Wale s birth will be exhibited This Admittance one hilling each The doors to be opened at five and the mufic to begin precifety t KJFor the liters Jigned WELL WISHERto Friend aor Foe to CRlTO and loft TO the PRINTER of the GAZETTEER You have been indulgent to me in communicating four interefting letters Pbilo Pauperis and tlie Frolic I muft now entreat the fame favour for three or four mot eon the fame and your 1 compliance will much Your very hiimbls JONAS HAN AvgUfl To PHILO LETTER T is with the utmoft pleasure T refleft on yotir providential no my Apiealt as it nas Provet inftrumental to my laying the cafe of the infant pa rifc of thefe cities before tbe worid in this public I hallalfo think myfelf happy if the detail of or the reafonings on which I have con tribute to the gaining their to whom fo much juftice is due and in whole preibrvation the public is fo deeply At the fame time I with equal truth I have not the leatt intention of offendimg any or body of I mean to purfae looking neither to the right hand nor the My pi efent object is the examination of what paf fed on this head in as it will in feme as a dew to direct us in our further enqui This will produce a ftrong presumptive evi not only the cafe was circumftancdd in that but for many years and many af The year is the middle pe riod between the making the Poors by Queen and the prefent The zeal of fome of our forefathers led them to confider of a remedy for a very dangerous wkich prevailed as it does at this chiefly within the of AviciouscareltfTuefs leemstohave gained ground with the encreafe of fo that the Pocr ia queftion became more whilft the virtue neceflary to the relict of them This political humanity becoming feeble in its ope almoftloft fight of its Such appears to have been the when a large houfe was built at near the which coft the county of Middlefexat leaft in It is faid this houfe was fitted at the great charge of fome few to make trial for the receiving of fuch as mall be fent thither But if the laid houfe fhall encreale as the laid Juitices have reafon to beli ve it it may conduce much to the public this principle the Jutices of the Peace for the faid county fet it apart tor tha re ception and education of po r fatherlefs asd nio therlefs left to the care of to be in ftructed in religion and and capa ble of getting an honeft livelihood by their The regulations were M follows There is a one of his Majeftys Juf ticesof the Peace fur the crunty of to whofe care the faid Juftices have committed the ge neral Thrre is a Miaifter refiding conftauily in the who reads twice a tfefare dinner and fupper on and fome times preaches in the afternoon be fqes that the and all other inferior fervants do their feveral duties 9 all the children are well provided apd inltruited in true religion and vir Theceis a andChi every in their feveral take care and provide for the There is an excellent Writingmatter to1 teach ail tbt children to who alfo regrfters the names ef all children and and keeps all the accounts oLthe oLt Tc There is a Tchoolmaiter teaches all boys to fay their 5 tbtrt ore feveral other of fewer al to teach the children feveral forts of worksj and bring them up There is a who looks to all the chil dren attends the and rings the bell to and fuppetf There is a Matron or who takes care for pruvifion tobe brought into the and drafling thereof for the There is an Affiftant to who takes care of all the childrens and of the beds and that all be meadfdznd in good There is a School Miftrefs for the to fay their prayers and There who teacheth all the girls to and mate all the linen ufed Li the 1 1 There is a Cook to drefe all provifions ac cording to the There is a Laundrefs belonging to the There is to take care of all fick and weak this nurfe hath her if need are feveral women to look after the to wafli and keep clean all the make the and to do oilier ritfeffary work The books are conftamly made up frfl Thursday in every month and all officers aiid tradel and who are concerned in the are cleared There is alfo a to the names of all perfbm Jjrho frail be bene s to this good worx j and the feme laid for a to put the children with it to as they grow fit j and the Juftites of the once every at the Quarter next after the feaft of the Birth of our have cohftant ly an account fjfy obfervatian s tti theft reg utations TJiat there nja act of Parliament for d work which certainly required a anB without which it could not Thsit the M appaihting a Ge vtrnor j in we have found it molt advantageous to many Governors as qualify themfdves by giving A certain fum of iiij The prefent mode where gentlemen work for Hi is more upon a republican This has contributed greatly to the of fuch from the confederation of thedivifion of the Qur natural and love of li mited monarchial power is apparent in that we generally find one perfon acquires an afcendency if he is uncivil to his or feems to govern in the uTuehS certain ly lofes his weight Whetherrnr forefathers ha3 any fucli esnceitson this is not very material to I mention it as a among feveral why this charitable inltitution had a fliort The building was erected under the influence of the who feem to have retained tke power of at the fame expecting to receiv private Their authority of ordering children to be brought in to it was immedi ately difputcd fo that the whole constitution was fapped before the form of it was I fuppoie the Clergyman was to re fide on the the i iferior officers being under his the Clergyman wts to do and perform his duty the reputation of all Charity Houfes would he fo much the All the children were to learn to fo that they weie rather intended for city employ on the plan of that and moft refpectable inftituYron of than for and the Several perfons were appointed to teach them feveral forts of This might quali fy them for mechanic Nothing can be more effentiaj jo the happinefs of the than to be taught eafly to keep them felves The left cleanly theiroc cupgtions in the more neceflary is cleanliuefs when they are not at In the mean tight and whole be they ever fo much patch generally attend cleanlirttfe and indallry and fohriety are the companions of both fo that the virtue of the body and the foul keep and be come As to young perfons having old nurfes about experience is ufeful but fweet health and activity are eflentially nccefT It is a true precaution to pay off all bitts The moft part of fuch mould be paid as the belt to prevent impo and adapt the expence to the Th profofal which the Juftices made on this occa proves their good as well as the wretched fituation of the infant Poor at that It is us follows A Propofalfer the beter Education of Although many goodpruvifions have been here tofore made t e tlarity f well for the maintenance and education of youth Yet j no convenience or education kath yet been thought or taken care of foi who can lealt provide for or be provided For want whereof many great eviU and inconve BJencies are daily by the wilful and carelefs catifmg fufFering many infants to or to fiick in wicked an debau hed principles to te as it is to be often of their fouls as weil ft for the remedy there n Nurfery or is leccommended by his Majeftys of the Peace at the Quarter Stflions fur Middle fex and Wejlmmfltrt to the inhabitants as by their orders at theii1 feveral fclfions may ap And for that the Juftices of the Peace of county of have already dilpofed and appropriated a great public building at Clerken whofe good exam it is will foon be followed by others and fuch orders and provi fions are there already that infants hall be there and provided for with all manner of and be raught to read and and be bred up in rrueieligion and And it is that when perfons are fatif fied of the great conveniencies and advantages of this Infantory ar many charitable and re ligious perfons will be liberal benefactors whereby the charge of the maintenance and educa tion of the Poor may at leaft if not wholly taken But the children brought be pro vided for out of fuch charities Xhofe who intend to give or leave any fum of mo ney for the provifion of any infant or at the be very Well fatistfed of the fand of land for the fecuring thereof and for the putting of fuch Or providing for theln when and in fuch way as hall be thought for their advan or according to fuch direction i as Ute chari table ftiill bred wbeh For 50 achild wj 1 be wholly pi put and out his tine toward s fettlng hint beflSes ttre the T For a child wjll be wholly proved bred put forth a good and bavj given him to let up when out of timej And according tp the him or fums of mpney that fliall be given or left for or towards fecj fame as to rhtif fatislainioni be accounted for yearly to the Jtlf tice of the in your Qijarter Sef if no other perfon beippoiriied by fuch benefaftor to overfee and fuch The great conveniencies arid advantages by this To fatherlefs knd motheflefs To the tfdUble and charge of breed fuch taking them niuch off froai earning their 3 To all fiich whofe employment or caufe their abferjce from their as fea faring ufers of arid And to all fuch as would riot efcherwife keep unlefs it were for the looking and breeding It is alfo believed this provifion taay prevent the great trouble and charge to all by children life and laid in the feveral parilhesl Or that at 1eaft it may eafe the pariflies and their officers in providing and breeding up of their parifti children And by this we ma be a flu red there will be better better and hetter prentices for all psrlons that fliall need And as this good work many other propo fals hall be made for the taking and wholly providing for infants for frmlj Aims of which fliall be fecured by certain and fuffibient The rates prppofed or fuch maintenance and edu cation twenty which is for hew Cloths and And tbreeJbiViagj per week for cl and all other things for the The days to receive them are Thurfdapj from nine till at the Ndrfefy okItrfantory at But the r and accommoda tion being fo much approved of by all that fee it and the confluence of people thither thofe being great for the greater eafe and difpatch to Die it is defired that ali perfbns approving of the undertaking wftl come and bring in their chil dren on the Mondays and have the name and age of the child with the officer wlu is appointed to attend there on tbbfe days to that That you may take the child away at any time vt hen you have an opportunity of a better pro vifion for and the new cloaths with In February we as A Copy of the feveral Ordefs of made at Middlsfex and for the better encouragement of the General Nurfery or College of lately elhblilhcd at ken well with a copy of a letter written from the Juftices to the Minitters and Church wardens of the feveral parishes within the faid they had been to view fame fince ft was puf in practice this laft quarter AdGeneralera SrJJioneai Pacts gis fro Hicksball in Jobn Jlreet in die Vicrfimo fawido die Febrvarii Anno Regai Rfgij Jacobi Sfcundt The Juftices of Peace for the county of fex having oblerved great inconvenicucics loofe way of breeding upofparifh whereby very lew of them come to good for the remedying they have at their quarter ordered a great part of the Corporation it Clerken i well for the and the fame is htled up for that and excellent rules and mehods ae there taken for tneir education in true religion and and the care thereof is csmmittfd to Thamai one of f the Peite or the fame And that the fits advantages thereby may Ite feen nd f for the putting the lame in practice hi the extent and condtiou of tha veral pariflies they do hereby order the C hui dens of the Poor in the here on or the iSrh day of MarcL t n of chil dren hereafter out of fuch parifti children ac thsy now have ia their refpective pariflioi Gil rs in the Martin m the Sti Mary le Rolls Clement Per Ctif Here faerris to be more than the of the in its infant could well we muft make allowances fattguiftc hopes in all new The fequel of the attempt B form this charity together with my have in my hwnble Red Jlugufl HAN leittr mujt h prtptrlj autbsniicatiii be it can be infer TRANQUILIU9 v 3Lettert received i An Publican Looker Phikicor mid the Officers of the Croni
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